National Junior College Athletic Association board of regents approved recommendations on Monday (July 13th) to move the opening of the November 2020-21 basketball season to January 2021.
The NJCAA announced its 2019-20 Women’s Basketball All-American Academic Teams of the Year and four Connors State Cowgirls have been the recipient of the honor.
Four former Connors State Cowgirls have signed national letters of intent to continue their academic and basketball careers on the next level announced CSC coach Jamie Fisher.
Connors State’s Callen Haydon, 6-0 point guard from El Reno, has signed a national letter of intent with the University of Central Oklahoma, announced Cowboys head coach Bill Muse.
Former Connors State Cowboy Adarius Avery finished his first professional season in Europe earlier than expected, like most pro athletes around the world.
Former Connors State guard Mason Jones on Friday announced he’ll forego his senior season at Arkansas and enter the NBA draft.
In their worst defensive performances of the season, Connors State was ousted in the first round of the Men’s Region II Basketball Tournament by Northern Oklahoma-Enid 98-86 at Oklahoma Baptist University Thursday.
Connors State revved up its offense in the fourth quarter to cruise past Arkansas Baptist College 62-40 Monday in the Women’s Region 2 Play-in game at Melvin Self Field House.
Connors State sophomore Callen Haydon from El Reno has been named to the Region 2 and Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference first teams it was announced by a vote of the coaches.
Connors State Cowgirls’ De’Asia Reid sophomore post from Cincinnati, Ohio, has been named to the NJCAA Region 2 second team by a vote of the region coaches.